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Old 10-21-2013, 11:47 AM
 
Location: Collegeville, PA
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I've been going through the blogs and it's about 50/50 on the recommendations regarding Snow Hill.

Let's start off by saying I'm a 25 year old single female with no children. I've always wanted to live in a small town (Gilmore Girls, Hart of Dixie - kind of towns) and who knows, maybe once I see an actual small town I'll be gravely disappointed.

I don't need to be "out on the town" clubbing every weekend or spend my weekends in a mall. I actually haven't been to my mall since last December for Christmas shopping. I do love Wal-Mart so that would need to be within a 30 minute drive.

I fell in love with Snow Hill since going onto their website. I am going to visit for the first time this weekend & to check out a house. Job-wise, I figure there are enough bigger towns around Snow Hill to find something. I am getting my degree in office administration soon, so I'd be going for a receptionist job.

I guess my question is - am I going to be disappointed with Snow Hill? I also was going over the list of businesses in Snow Hill on their website and it seems their restaurants close at 10-11pm. Now like I said, I don't need to be out at bars every weekend, but is there ANY bar there that closes later?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Old 10-21-2013, 12:03 PM
 
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I've been going through the blogs and it's about 50/50 on the recommendations regarding Snow Hill.

Let's start off by saying I'm a 25 year old single female with no children. I've always wanted to live in a small town (Gilmore Girls, Hart of Dixie - kind of towns) and who knows, maybe once I see an actual small town I'll be gravely disappointed.

I don't need to be "out on the town" clubbing every weekend or spend my weekends in a mall. I actually haven't been to my mall since last December for Christmas shopping. I do love Wal-Mart so that would need to be within a 30 minute drive.

I fell in love with Snow Hill since going onto their website. I am going to visit for the first time this weekend & to check out a house. Job-wise, I figure there are enough bigger towns around Snow Hill to find something. I am getting my degree in office administration soon, so I'd be going for a receptionist job.

I guess my question is - am I going to be disappointed with Snow Hill? I also was going over the list of businesses in Snow Hill on their website and it seems their restaurants close at 10-11pm. Now like I said, I don't need to be out at bars every weekend, but is there ANY bar there that closes later?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I don't live in Snow Hill, I live in the DC area and have been to Snow Hill many times throughout the years. I have several friends who live there (DC transplants) and own businesses, one being one of the restaurants. My wife and I stayed at a B&B a couple of months ago along the Pocomoke river, very nice. It is a small town. Its restaurants do stay open later on weekends. Snow Hill has some action going on in towns that are larger, and darn close---Pocomoke is about 15 miles south, Berlin is about 10 miles north, if that, and the largest is Salisbury about 15-20 miles west of Snow Hill. During the Summer months Ocean City Md is the largest. Its a large resort city along the Atlantic about 30 miles north-east. Snow Hill is a quiet 19th century town full of victorians. It is also a place my wife and I are considering moving to also. It is quiet yet not far from plenty of action. Good medical all around, community colleges and Salisbury University.
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Old 10-26-2013, 05:46 AM
 
Location: Mount Airy, Maryland
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What a nice little town. And 10 minutes from another really nice little town in Berlin. The key is it's small and quiet but you don't need to drive an hour to find things you need at a Home Depot, Walmart or whatever.
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